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Poster: GratefulDad Date: Feb 22, 2005 10:29am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dvds

I have wanted to solve this with reasonably priced shareware for a while now.

DiscWelder Bronze should work for about $100 bucks, however it does not burn gapless. For that, you'll need DiscWelder Steel. That runs closer to $500. DiscWelder Chrome is way out of my price range.

I do not own any of these, but I'm looking for cheaper gapless solution.

Anyone else know more??

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Poster: glenn Date: Feb 22, 2005 1:20pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dvds

If you have a dvd burner, you probably got a disk with dvd authoring software. You can just make a dvd using that software and your extracted wave files... depending on the software you have, you might need to join the wav files into one wav, then mark them out as 'chapters' in the dvd program... then burn your project to dvd.... this is not DVDA though, this would be a 'dvd movie with no picture'... I think this might work for you though.

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Poster: JasonSobel Date: Feb 22, 2005 7:23pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dvds

"DiscWelder Bronze should work for about $100 bucks, however it does not burn gapless."

That statement is incorrect (at least for Windows). I have been using discWelder Bronze with Win XP for many months, and each disc has been gapless. I've heard reports that the mac version doesn't work as well, but I have no direct experience with that.

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Poster: GratefulDad Date: Feb 22, 2005 9:19pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dvds

Very cool! I've got a few tests to run. Might go spend the bucks on Steel to.

Thanks!